SDCE recognized Cloudleaf’s ability to drastically reduce waste by increasing supply chain visibility which is estimated to be just 20% for most companies.
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Cloudleaf Adds Supply Chain Leaders, Frank Jones and Tim Harden, and Silicon Valley Investor, Skip Glass, to Board of Advisors
Support of supply chain and IoT thought leaders fuels Cloudleaf’s vision of supply chain digitization
Cloudleaf Commended by Frost & Sullivan for Transforming Supply Chain Visibility and Redefining the Way Enterprises Work
Through contextualized location, condition, and flow data of products and assets in motion, the solution provides actionable visibility, insights, and massive value across the networked supply chain
Supply Chain Visibility Index: The Definitive Guide
Given the growing levels of globalization, competition, and rising customer expectations in the marketplace, it’s become increasingly difficult for companies to gain complete visibility into their complex supply chain and make real-time, informed decisions and adjustments. To address these challenges, organizations are turning to a supply chain Visibility Platform which delivers complete, real-time views and insights across the eco-system—from suppliers through production and distribution to customers. It’s clear why gaining intelligent, end-to-end visibility into an organization’s entire supply chain is so important. Now, with the advent of an intelligent sensor network that can deliver continuous real-time data throughout the...
Cloudleaf Board of Advisors Adds Shekar Natarajan, One of Supply Chain Management’s Foremost Thought Leaders
Shekar has held leadership roles with major corporations such as Walmart, Target, The Walt Disney Company, Anheuser-Busch, PepsiCo and Coca Cola.
“Currently visibility in the supply chain industry is at best only about 20%. DVP can take this to 100% visibility,” claims Veerina.
Cloudleaf Board of Advisors Welcomes Bill Marrin, Prominent World 50 Executive and Former Head of Supply Chain 50
Bill is the former director of Supply Chain 50, a leading forum for Chief Supply Chain Officers and Executive Director of World 50, which hosts private communities for global executives to share insights on critical issues and strategic challenges.
Cloudleaf offers a range of sensors as part of its Sensor Fabric, an intelligent mesh of edge devices that collect data for the ever-hungry AI algorithms.
Cloudleaf’s platform is currently being used by a biotech company to manage its blood-plasma supply chain, according to CEO Mahesh Veerina. Plasma is perishable and is regulated for safety by the Food and Drug Administration.
Sales Executives and Technical Professionals Join Cloudleaf to Meet Increasing Demand for Cloudleaf Supply Chain Digital Visibility Platform™
Mahindra Partners, the Incubation, Private Equity & Venture Capital division of the Mahindra Group, announced its participation in the $26 million Series B fundraising of Cloudleaf, Inc., an emerging leader in digital supply chain solutions based in Silicon Valley.
“Lisa is a terrific brand builder, and our entire team is energized by her arrival,” said Cloudleaf Chief Executive Officer Mahesh Veerina.
Mahindra Ventures has participated in $26 million Series B fundraise for the digital supply solution provider.
The San Francisco-based provider of digital supply chain tracking solutions said it will use the funding to expand its geographic reach and customer base.
Cloudleaf Announces $26 Million Series B Funding – Intel Capital and WRVI Capital Lead Investment to Drive Market Expansion Of Cloudleaf Supply Chain Digital Visibility Platform™
The round was led by Intel Capital and WRVI Capital. Also participating were existing and incoming investors BluePointe Ventures, Bold Capital Partners, Mahindra Partners and Tandem Capital. The financing brings Cloudleaf’s total institutional funding to $39 million.
The Series B funding round also included investment from BluePointe Ventures, Bold Capital Partners, Mahindra Partners and Tandem Capital.
“Cloudleaf solutions represent a powerful combination of Machine Learning and Advanced Analytics”
Professor Paulraj, one of the world’s foremost authorities in wireless technology, is an internationally esteemed academic and a successful founder of Silicon Valley-based technology companies.
Ms. Nieradka is among the most accomplished figures in life-sciences supply chain management, with a career marked by senior executive positions at Biogen, Merck, Johnson and Johnson, and Bristol Myers Squibb.
Among the industry’s most prominent experts on enterprise operations and supply chains, Professor Lee is an internationally esteemed academic and a successful founder of technology companies.
The Cloudleaf Visibility Index™ captures real-time product flow data within and between facilities. Cloudleaf estimates that most enterprises have only 20% visibility into their supply chains, as opposed to the 70-90% level needed to address key points of volatility where revenue and costs are at risk.
Over four decades, Mr. Read has been one of corporate America’s most sought-after advisors to large global enterprises operating complex supply chains. He has worked with a range of multinational companies in industries as varied as retail, consumer goods, industrial products and life sciences.
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Cloudleaf and Bahwan CyberTek Announce Strategic Partnership To Deliver IoT-At-Scale solutions to Middle East and North Africa
Cloudleaf, Inc., an emerging leader in digital supply chain solutions, today announced a partnership with global technology innovator Bahwan CyberTek (BCT) to expand Cloudleaf’s Digital Supply Chain and Edge Solutions in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region.
Rapidly evolving consumer consumption models and the “Amazon Effect” are driving demand for improved visibility and responsiveness in global supply chains. The most impactful IoT-at-scale solutions are positioned at the intersection of two profound shifts in technology & commerce: “Digitization of the Edge” and “Digitization of Commerce.”
Cloudleaf, Inc., an emerging leader in Digital Edge IoT Solutions, today announced its selection to the CNBC Upstart 100, the financial news network’s annual list of “up-and-coming companies breaking industry barriers on the path to becoming tomorrow’s household names.”
"With ubiquitous connectivity, affordable sensors that can collect a lot of data, and cloud computing, the vision of a digitized physical world is coming together," said Mahesh Veerina, President and CEO of Cloudleaf, which offers an end-to-end intelligent sensor network and predictive insights. Cloudleaf calls its collection of sensors and gateways a "sensor fabric."
Some companies have locally inadequate inventory management, and they have latched onto the idea that flying a drone up and down the aisles every night would solve their problem, he said. "But you really should start by looking at what's causing these problems, whether the staff is putting inventory where they're supposed to put it. Fix those problems, and then you're not going to need the drone.
Enter Cloudleaf, a four-year old provider of digital supply chain technology that addresses this very specific market opportunity that sits between e-commerce and the edge. “We are playing at the intersection of two mega trends,” says Cloudleaf CEO Mahesh Veerina. “One is the digitization of commerce and the other is collecting data at the edge.”
Cloudleaf Launches Next Iteration of Intelligent Sensor Grid Powering Digitized Commerce at the Edge
Cloudleaf, Inc., an emerging leader in digital supply chain solutions, today announced the next iteration of its patented Sensor Fabric™ and Cloud Applications. Cloudleaf is addressing a huge market opportunity at the intersection of two profound shifts in technology & commerce — “Digitization of the Edge” and “Digitization of Commerce”.
Cloudleaf Pitching at Plug and Play Supply Chain and Logistics Event
Cloudleaf Pitching in-front of Fortune 500 companies at at Plug and Play Supply Chain and Logistics Event in Sunnyvale, CA. We deliver next-gen continuous and real-time location and condition tracking of assets., indoor, outdoor and in-transit using our mesh of intelligent IoT sensors, endpoints, gateways and cloud technologies.
Cloudleaf, Inc., an emerging leader in industrial asset tracking and path-flow analysis, today announced that it will be presenting at this week’s Sensors Expo and Conference at the San Jose Convention Center.
Cloudleaf Earns Place on Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects for 2018
The SDCE 100 is an annual list of 100 great supply chain projects. These projects can serve as a map for supply chain executives who are looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations. These projects show how supply chain solution and service providers help their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence and prepare their supply chains for success.
Cloud-based asset-tracking solutions, like Cloudleaf, are giving businesses a clearer view into their supply chains—and the ability to react more quickly to changes and make better decisions on everything from fleet management to quality and compliance monitoring.
Cloudleaf CEO, Mahesh Veerina talks about the emergence of sensor technology and how Cloudleaf is standing out as an end-to-end solution. He also talks about deployment, scale, and where Cloudleaf is headed as a growing company.
This award recognizes the change-agents and companies who are not afraid to try something new, encourage others and make sure their organizations, customers and partners remain open to new ideas, systems, technology and partnerships. Cloudleaf aims to transform supply chain visibility and optimization for enterprises by capturing real-time data from operations using a novel, patented approach that employs sensor, mobile, cloud and machine learning technologies.
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Smart supply chains are increasingly being bolstered by end-to-end solutions that help link and create efficiencies across the entire system. Cloudleaf Sensor Fabric™ allows enterprises to take advantage of powerful cross-boundary visibility, real-time monitoring and granular control of the asset ecosystems across value-chains of people, processes and workflows. Automotive supply-chains are expanding both in scale and scope. Optimizing workflows several orders of separation up and down the chain isn’t easy. Cloudleaf’s technology helps plant managers to easily orchestrate the flow of inventory containers, sub-assemblies and high-value tools across global supply-chains. Highlights from the article: “Patrick Dixon, supply chain futurist...
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